Our team includes a diverse group of personnel experienced in multiple markets
Our people are the strongest and most valuable assets. In addition to their high level of engineering and expertise, our team is constantly requested by both public agencies and the electrical industry when it comes to implementing new products, technologies, and systems. Our engineers are leaders in their industry. They include:
Sunish Mathew, P.E.
Senior Traction Power/Electrical Engineer
Sunish has been in the public transit industry for 13 years as a traction power and electrical engineer working for CTA and MARTA. He had the opportunity to work on the design and construction of various traction power substation, transit station, tunnel ventilation, and track renewal projects with CTA and MARTA. He is currently working on the Milwaukee and Charlotte streetcar projects.
Sunish is a licensed professional engineer in fourteen states. Arizona, California, Georgia, Kansas, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C. and Washington.
Oren Skidelsky has over 24 years of experience in the transit, infrastructure, water and aviation industries. He served as Head Electrical Engineer for the City of Chicago Department of Transportation. He has been involved in every CTA subway station since 1996. Since leaving the City, he has continued to be involved in transit and infrastructure projects for the City of Chicago and Chicago Transit Authority. He is the most experienced electrical engineer on CTA stations.
Further emphasizing his skills for managing large projects and being able to handle a broad array of responsibilities, Oren Skidelsky oversaw all electrical construction aspects for the Wacker Drive reconstruction.
Oren Skidelsky has become one of the leading electrical engineers in the Chicagoland area in transit and roadway industries.
Oren is licensed in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and North Carolina.
Senior Communications/Electrical Engineer
John has over 25 years of experience in project management, electrical engineering, roadway lighting, moveable bridge design, power design, instrumentation and control design, SCADA design and construction oversight in public sector projects. His experience spans projects in the transit, roadway, infrastructure, water, wastewater, and aviation industries. He designed the electrical and communication systems for the new Washington/Wabash CTA Elevated Station, Quincy CTA station, and the Peoria Street CTA Station. He is currently designing the CTA 95th Terminal, Belmont, Jefferson Park and Garfield Station.
Boris Gorelik, P.E.
Senior Traction Power/Electrical Engineer
Boris has over 25 years of experience in the electrical construction industry. Boris has been a leading project manager for multiple electrical contractors. His electrical engineering coupled with his “hands on” contracting experience is a unique and strong quality few have.
As former project manager for electrical contractors, Boris brings “Real on the Ground” construction perspective and expertise that is unique to Facet. This allows us to address constructability, feasibility, safety, scheduling, phasing, temporary work, cost and QA/QC concerns more efficiently and effectively than other firms.
Boris, has been known to perform dependable, high quality work, and the reputation of working and being upfront with their clients and the agencies, to bring the project to a successful completion.
Senior Traction Power Engineer
Tim Ledbetter has more than thirty years of traction power and electrical experience. Tim rose through the ranks of Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), to become the Lead Electrical and Traction Power Engineer. This is a testament to the respect and appreciation the agency had for his knowledge and leadership.
The diverse skills he acquired brings a unique perspective to Facet Engineering.
Tim’s experience includes design of traction power, auxiliary power and emergency power systems, research of electrical technology for MARTA’s future sustainability, coordination and integration of new construction with respect to MARTA’s existing electrical equipment, and providing engineering support in stray current and corrosion control with technical support along with testing analysis. He was a lead electrical engineer in many of MARTA’s capital construction projects.